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overfeed

(ō′vər-fēd′)
tr. & intr.v. over·fed (-fĕd′), over·feeding, over·feeds
To feed or eat too often or too much.
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First, the impact of the fluoride overfeed was confined to the elementary school.
Several improvements were made to prevent a recurrence of fluoride overfeed, as follows:
The water service was relocated downstream to the addition of the treatment chemicals, Relocation of this service to the school will prevent recurrence of the fluoride overfeed and provide the school with properly treated water (Figure 2).
Operational changes were also made to further minimize the impact of a fluoride overfeed, including the following alterations and modifications:
This improvement worked well and reduced the potential for a fluoride overfeed due to an improperly adjusted fluoride solution pump.
It was fortunate that the fluoride overfeed occurred when the school was closed for summer vacation and that only a few student activities were in progress during the summer months.
He overfeeds one greedy pigeon who runs a bowl of the Sultan's rare cherries--and is given only three days to replace them or his father will suffer.
No one overfeeds a pet with the intent to cause joint pain, heart and lung distress, diabetes and a shortened lifespan," said Carol Hillhouse, DVM, DABVP, a member of the Texas Veterinary Medical Association who practices at Carson County Veterinary Clinic in Panhandle, Texas.
If he overfeeds a colony, kidnapping raids become less frequent.